Well. At the end of the day

My car isn’t going to explode.
And my dog is ok.

So obviously, I fixed that.

You see. I decided I should stop eating, because that would fix my dog, and my car.

Total success.

Slam dunk.

I bet I can fix lots of stuff this way.


2 thoughts on “Deal

  1. I know sometimes it seems that if you just start restricting your food intake, that will magically help you gain control of the situation. I’ve fallen into that trap before, but let me assure you that it is NOT going to help anything or anyone in the long run. I don’t know you personally, but I want to extend my thoughts and prayers toward you, because I’ve dealt with orthorexia in the past, and I know how tempting it can be to revert to unhealthy habits. Food is not the enemy, and avoiding it will only make the situation more stressful eventually, because you are not nourishing your body. I don’t want to sound all preachy and critical, so I hope this message doesn’t come off as sounding too bossy…I just want to encourage and support you in the best way that I can via the internet, which can be difficult! I know you are going through many struggles at the moment, struggles that I can’t always relate to, but I am always willing to lend a listening ear πŸ™‚

    • Thank you.
      You hit the nail on the head. It’s about control. It’s always about control. I know it’s disordered… But today, it worked, which, of course, means I’ll do it again. 😦

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